The Angel Philosopher

A compilation of Naval's wisdom, knowledge and thoughts.

The Angel Philosopher is a platform where you can easily discover and engage with quite possibly the largest collection of original content created by or featuring Naval Ravikant. Take a deep dive into his thoughts on startups, investing, and life.
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Hey there Product Hunt 👋 It’s Sharath, the guy who launched Tools for Makers! Super pumped to launch my second side project today 🚀This is a special one for many reasons. The primary one being Naval Ravikant who made a profound impact on me in many levels ever since I started my journey in tech a few years ago. I believe @naval is one of the greatest thinkers and entrepreneurs of this generation 🙏 I have been following him on Twitter for almost 2yrs. Every time I came across his content, be it interviews, podcasts, blogs et., it always made me more curious and taught me something new. So I used to bookmark and save the links in notes for future reference. But because of the sheer volume and the multi-dimensional nature of his content, it kept getting harder to lee up with the latest and also in an easy accessible way. I spoke to other makers who follow him on Twitter and they wished if there was an archive of sorts. I looked around and didn’t find one single destination for all of his content so I started building one myself. This is not meant to be an official website (although I had spoken with him about this site and got his blessing). In one of @farnamstreet’s podcast interviews, he was introduced as “The Angel Philosopher" which is a perfect description of him, I felt it’s the best title for this site. The platform is super readable (with dark mode theme) featuring pretty much all of his content. The unique card layout gives people to view estimated time spent, the year the content got published and more. I worked on this side project for little over two months now gathering all the resources. If there’s any great content out there that I’m missing and you feel should be a part of the site? Or any suggestions/feedback you have? Let me know, I'd love to hear it! 🙏 Thank you for reading ❤️
@naval is one of probably 5 people all over the world from whom I've learnt a lot in the past 3 years mainly through his Twitter. An iconic investor yet remains to be incredibly humble and self-aware. I discovered his podcasts with Tim Ferris and Shane Parrish where he shares his views on meditation, mastery and the future of tech. His insights on building leverage and creating wealth are thought-provoking, precise and original. So naturally I was stoked when @5harath announced he'd be building a "destination" for his VAST and mostly FRAGMENTED collection of content. Congrats on the launch, the site is simple, clean and easily searchable. I hope you'll keep it up-to-date and fresh as time goes by!
@naval @thisiskp_ I can't agree more with you. Naval is not just an investor but an incredible philosopher whose mindset and thoughts are super powerful. There's a profound impact on me and wanted to give people the same which made me build this site. Totally dedicated to him, The Angel Philosopher is the best place to find anything relating to Naval.
This is really great! @naval is one of my favorite twitter follows and his wisdom is insurmountable. Having discovered him fairly recently I am familiar with most of his recent content but none of his old stuff. I will definitely use this as a resource when I feel I am uncertain about a decision as a maker or as a individual going through life. Naval covers all the bases. Thank you @5harath !!

If you read Naval, you'd love this.

Pros:

An organized introduction into Naval's work

Cons:

none

It is nice that the tiles tell you how long it would take to consume each content piece, definitely makes it easy to identify what to check out when you only have 15 minutes. Another request: May be a link to Naval's bio so the folks who might now know him can get to know the full bio?

Pros:

- The site is simple & clean - It was fun to discover old content (like from 2008)

Cons:

- None but hoping the content remains fresh